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January
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Pete Rose
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College Football - Splitsville (The Trojans beat Michigan and the Tigers beat the Sooners to force a shared title), (If LSU met USC), (SI's All-Bowl team) Pro Basketball - Save the Blazers? (What Zach Randolph is being asked to do) NFL Playoffs - Do You Believe..? (The Packers continue to win, Colts beat Denver, Titans silence the Ravens, Panthers and Steve Smith beat the Cowboys, Dr. Z's forcast for Round 2) Book Excerpt - Rose's Confession
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January
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Donovan McNabb
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Hockey - The Kids Have Arrived (A generation of young stars are beginning to dominate) NFL Playoffs - McNificent (Peyton Manning beats the Chiefs, Panthers beat the Rams in OT, Eagles beat Green Bay, Patriots beat the Titans, Dr. Z's conference title picks) Pro Basketball - The King of Shooters (Peja Stohakovic of Sacramento) College Basketball - Counter Puncher (Gonzaga's freshman Adam Morrison) Book Excerpt - A Fowl Obsession (Bird watching)
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January
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Muhsin Muhammed
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NFL Playoffs - Coming Through (Panthers beat the Eagles), Cold Blooded (Patriots pound the Colts) Pro Basketball - Mighty Mouth (Sam Cassell is at home in Minnesota) Hockey - Dominator or Cujo? (The Red Wings must make a choice on who is their goaltender), College Basketball - Palo Altitude (Unbeaten Stanford) olympics - Hello Athens (Is Greece ready for the Summer games?)
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February
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Super Bowl
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Super Bowl XXXVIII Preview - Confidence Game (The Panthers believe in themselves), The Greatest Stories Never Told (Thirteen writers tell stories they have kept to themselves) Pro Basketball - Three's a Crowd (Do the Mavs have a chance with their excess of forwards?) Hockey - Coyote Cowboy (Phoenix winger Shane Doan) College Basketball - Birds of a Feather (Red-hot Louisville)
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February
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Tom Brady
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Super Bowl Fight to the Finish (Tom Brady and New England beat Carolina), Dr. Z's Final Analysis, New England has every reason to repeat as Super Bowl Champ Pro Basketball Forward Thinking (The Pacers with forwards Ron Artest and Jermaine O'Neal) Baseball Pennies From Heaven (L.A. Angels are spending freely yet wisely) I'm Mad as Hell (Dodger fan has had enough) Tennis The Artful Roger (Roger Federer wins the Australian Open) College Basketball Oh, Brother (Rival coaches James and Joe Jones of Yale and Columbia) Olympics Miracle, the Sequel (Movie about the 1980 Olympics)
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February
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Jameer Nelson
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The Lineup - College Basketball - Full Nelson (Led by Jameer Nelson, little St. Joseph's is thinking big.) College Football - Stolen Goods (In a hot recruiting border war, Oklahoma took Texas's best.) NASCAR Preview - A New Nation (The altered landscape of America's fastest sport), A Six-Pack to Go (Half a dozen high-powered Young Guns have come of age.) Athens 2004 - Strange Genesis (A brawling Greek immigrant and a fiery pro wrestler are among U.S. decathlete Tom Pappa's progenitors.) NBA Midseason Report - Score Bored (New rules haven't restored freewheeling hoops. Fear not, fans: I have solutions.), Turning Point (The Nets are reenergized with a little-known new coach.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly SI's 50th Anniversary Inside... - Track, The NHL, College Basketball, Baseball)
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February
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Jameer Nelson
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College Basketball - Full Nelson (Led by Jameer Nelson, little St. Joseph's is thinking big.) College Football - Stolen Goods (In a hot recruiting border war, Oklahoma took Texas's best.) NASCAR Preview - A New Nation (The altered landscape of America's fastest sport.), A Six-Pack to Go (Half a dozen high-powered Young Guns have come of age.) Athens 2004 - Strange Genesis (A brawling Greek immigrant and a fiery pro wrestler are among U.S. decathlete Tom Pappas's progenitors.) NBA Midseason Report - Score Bored (New rules haven't restored freewheeling hoops. Fear not, fans, I have solutions.), Turning Point (The Nets are reenergized with a little known new coach.)
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March
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KG and Friends
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Pro Basketball - Three for All (Kevin Garnett and his two new running mates) Baseball - And Maddux (The Cubs staff could be the best in baseball), Out of Their Tree (The author of Moneyball fights back to his critics) College Basketball - Quantum Leap (Lawrence Roberts has lifted Mississippi State after leaving Baylor) Pro Football - Does It Still Matter? (The combine seems to be giving less and less important information about prospects) Hockey - Blackhawks Down (Bad management is making this team irrelevant in Chicago)
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March
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Sebastian Telfair
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High School Basketball - Ready For The Big Time (Sebastian Telfair is set to become the first point guard to jump from high school to the NBA) Pro Basketball - A Coach Named Hubie (High-strung Hubie Brown has turned the sad-sack Grizzlies into playoff contenders) Pro Football - Ride Of His Life (The Panther's Jake Delhomme played the Super Bowl with a passion that thrilled fellow Cajuns) Baseball - Bird Watching (The woeful Orioles have made big changes, but in the star-studded AL East, will anyone notice?) Hockey - Little Lightning Bolt (A 5' 7" dynamo with a big heart. Martin St. Louis has emerged as a prolific scorer for Tampa Bay) College Basketball - Blue Blood (For the author, a Tar Heels fanatic, any game against Duke is a life-altering occasion)
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March
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Barry Bonds
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Baseball - Is This The Asterisk Era? (New questions about steroids), What Can You Do, Bud? (Questions to commisioner Selig), Can the Feds Clean It Up? (Will they have to control baseball?) College Basketball - Huskies Join The Hunt (Washington beats Stanford) Pro Football - March Madness (Free-agent feeding frenzy) Pro Basketball - The Pair Up There (Rookie of the Year race) High School Sports - Running For Their Lives (Cross-Country coach White of McFarland, CA)
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March
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March Madness
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Pro Basketball - Kobe's Two Worlds (Juggling his appearances in court with those on the court, Kobe Bryant is playing great basketball.) Baseball - Passion of J.D. Drew (Atlanta's new outfielder has fought insults and those who say his religious devotion holds him back.), Lost in Translation (Like pitcher Kazuhiro Sasaki, many Japanese have found life in the major leagues very tough.) NHL Special Report - Code Red (After another horrific on-the-ice attack, the league has to clean the violence from its game.) Soccer - A Yank In Manchester (In an improbable adventure Tim Howard has become the star goalie of the game's most fabled club.) NCAA Preview 2004 - Game Breakers (When everyghint's on the line, they lift their teams.), 5 Minute Guide (A fast look at who's hot and who's not at the Big Dance.), Power Shift (For the first time in years no women's team is dominant.), Which One? (SI's complete NCAA bracket breakdown.)
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March
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NCAA Tournament
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NCAA Tournament - Two-Round Knockout Baseball - The Backyard Rookie (Joe Mauer of the Twins) Soccer - Ready for Freddy? (Freddy Adu) Olympics - Under The Gun (Iraq races to build a team for the Athens Games) Hockey - Battle of Ontario (The rivalry between Ottawa and Toronto) College Basketball - The Upset (The 1985 game between Georgetown and Villanova)
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April
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Emeka Okafor
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NCAA Final Four - The Conn Game (With a full-throttle performance from Emeka Okafor, Connecticut cruised past Georgia Tech to win the title.) Baseball - Worlds Apart (In 1999 Josh Hamilton and Josh Beckett were drafted 1 and 2. Now they have 180 degrees of seperation.) Hockey - Someone Will Be Upset (Favorites often exit early on the road to the Stanley Cup) Pro Basketball - Chris Crossed (The return of Chris Webber was supposed to boost Sacramento. Instead, the Kings are struggling.) Book Exclusive - American Original (A Ted Williams biography ranges across the extraordinary life of a national icon, and ornery cuss)
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April
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50th Anniversary
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Special Double Issue Baseball - Fuel on the Fire (With Curt Schilling in the mix, the Yanks-Red Sox rivalry is hot already) Pro Basketball - Rooked? (He may not be Rookie of the Year, but Carmelo Anthony is in the playoffs) Hockey - Nameless in San Jose (Jonathan Cheechoo and the anonymous Sharks hunt the Cup) Pro Football - River's Edge (N.C. State QB Philip Rivers has the moxie to succeed in the NFL) 50th Anniversary - The Pictures - Perfect Tens (A decade-by-decade gallery of classic SI shots, introduced by Frank Deford.), Playing with Time (The best sports photos stop the clock, forever; Joe Namath is still No. 1, and Jackie Robinson is still stealing home.), That Magic Moment (To understand what makes a great picture by Neil Leifer, look at what fell to the cutting room floor.), Flash of Inspiration (By pushing their craft to its limits, SI shooters created a new way of seeing/), How We Did That (To capture the two minutes of the Kentucky Derby, Bill Frakes needs only three days and 47 cameras.), Appeal of the Peel (Walter Iooss Jr.'s Polaroids - the rough drafts of his portraits - are a bit like Picasso's sketchbooks.)
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May
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Pat Tillman
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Pat Tillman 1976-2004 - Code of Honor (In 2002 Pat Tillman left pro football to join the Army. When he was killed last week in Afghanistan, the entire nation felt the impact.) NBA Playoffs Out at Home (The Mavericks thought they wouldn't lose in Dallas, until the Kings beat tehm there to take control of their first-round series.) NFL Draft - Whatever Eli Wants (In the first test of his NFL career, quarterback Eli Manning bucked the draft and came out on top - in the Giant's jersey he coveted.) >u>The State of Coaching - Good Job, You're Fired! (Even successful coaches in pro sports have learned that winning won't guarantee security. College coaching is no picnic, either.) Golf = It's Her Tee Time (At 14. Michelle Wie is poised, brattish, driven - and able to blast a ball 290 yards. She has a plan to dominate golf. All of it.)<
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May
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Smarty Jones
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Triple Crown - Smart Monday (Smarty Jones wins the Kentucky Derby) NBA Playoffs - The Jefferson Factor (Richard Jefferson may be the biggest difference in the Pistons-Nets series) Stanley Cup Playoffs - A Star at Last? (Vincent Lecavalier leads Tampa Bay into the conference finals) World's Biggest Rivalry - Cricket Diplomacy (India and Pakistan play a series of matches that will lead to ?) Baseball - Mister Softie? (George Steinbrenner at 73)
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May
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Roger Clemens
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Baseball - Home Fire (Just 15 minutes from his family, Roger Clemens, 41, is mowing down hitters, and heating up Houston), Triple Crown - What a Ride (Stewart Elliott led Smarty Jones on a record romp in the Preakness, and racings third jewel is within reach), Playoff Fever - It's That Time Again (Everything changes in Game 7. The air is different. The noise is different. And there's so much weight), Stanley Cup - Faster, Younger, Cheaper (A High-Speed Postseason has changed the NHL stylebook. The final should be thrilling - but are you watching), Endurance - Test of the Best (The U.S. Army Rangers, some of the world's fittest athletes, are pushed to the limit every year in the grueling, 60-hour Best Ranger Competition) Departments - Leading Off, Letters (Strong views on Tillman, Reilly), Air and Space (Alphabetical world order, from A (Ali) to Z (Zatopek)), Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly (Think, Jayson Williams, about the man you killed) SI's 50th Anniversary - Kick Start (Thanks in part to Hispanic kids, New Mexico is a youth soccer hotbed) Inside - Baseball (Will Reds trade healthy Griffey, Who's up, who's down in bigs, Second baseman sparks Orioles), Boxing (Tarver stuns Roy Jones Jr., Trinidad comeback fight set)
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May
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Kevin Garnett
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NBA Playoffs - Give 'Em Howl (Kevin Garnett and the T-Wolves clawed their way back into the Western finals against the Lakers.) Stanley Cup Finals - The Great Iginla (He is Calgary's secret superstar and the sweetheart ot the finals. But can Jarome Iginla rescue the NHL?) Olympics - Clean or Not? (The U.S. track and field team could be decimated by a crackdown on performance-enhancing drugs.) Pro Football - The Space Cowboys (Even Joe Gibbs admits that he and his coaching cronies may be crazy for returning to the Redskins.) Chess - Con Games (At a New Jersey maximum security penitentiary, 32 felons competed for the prison chess championship and the chance to test their wits against an Ivy League whiz kid.)
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June
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Ken Griffey Jr.
Baseball - Junior's Feeling Good (Healthy, happy Ken Griffey Jr. powered toward 500 homers.) Stanley Cup Finals - Lightning Strikes (Tampa Bay rallied to win Game 6 and 7 and edge the Flames.) NBA Finals - Meeting Of The Minds - In a heady coaching duel, Larry Brown got a jump on Phil Jackson.) Tennis - Tres Bizarre (The French Open was rife with psychodrama if not great matches.) U.S. Open Golf Preview - Wide Open (Everyone wants to see Tiger battle Phil, but parity will be the theme.) Triple Crown - Sorry About That (Even Birdstone's trainer apologized to Smarty Jones after the Belmont.) Globalization of Sports - The World Is Watching (The NBA and other US leagues bank on big help from abroad.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Air And Space, Scoreboard, Faces In The Crowd SI's 50th Anniversary - Crown Jewel (Thrills, great barbecue and a look at future stars; Omaha's College World Series.) Inside - Baseball, Motor Sports, Boxing
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June
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Phil Mickelson
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2004 U.S. Open Preview Team Player (The new, coachable Phil Mickelson is the man to beat at Shinnecock.), East End Elites (A peek behind the hedges of the top six clubs in the Hamptons.), Tipping Point (Since a rainy day in '02, the golf gods have frowned on Tiger Woods.), He's Got Game (Rookie Zach Johnson has wasted no time showing he means business.), Last Links (The club that bears the tribe's name has brought pride and pain to the Shinnecock Nation.)
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June
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Ben Wallace
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NBA Finals - A New Way to Win (Showing how to beat a glamour team, Detroit's band of castoffs pulled together to take a 3-1 lead.), Higher Calling (Dwight Howard, the likely No. 2 pick in the draft, does God's work by playing tranwscendent basketball.) Globalization of Sports - Hot Players in the Cold (Seven time zones and 3,000 miles from the Times Square base, agent Jay Grossman hunts hockey talent.) Pro Football - Snap Judgement (Don't count out Rich Gannon in Oakland's quarterbacks battle.) Baseball - Inside Barry's Head (As he struggles to regain his form, the A's Barry Zito is staying positive.) Rotisserie Leagues - Fantasy World (Your neighbor plays. Your boss plays. Everybody playes fantasy sports, now a billion-dollar business.)
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June
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Lance Armstrong
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The Lineup - Cycling - Lance in France, Part 6 (New doping allegations have only steeled Lance Armstrong in his bid to win a record sixth Tour de France.) Golf - Wild Goose Chase (On a bloody Sunday, steady Retief Goosen outlasted Phil Mickelson to wih his second U.S. Open.) Baseball - Good to Go (The Royals' Carlos Beltran is up for grabs, perhaps the only franchise player available before the deadline.) Pro Basketball - Nicely Done, Joe (Pistons G.M. Joe Dumars, the most agreeable Bad Boy, was no pushover as he built an NBA champion.) Globalization of Sports - On Safari for 7-Footers (A top NBA prospect from Africa must come to grips with a wild new world of opportunity.) Minorities in Sports - The Man Behind the Man (Agressive. Brash. Cocky. And that's what friends call Aaron Goodwin, LeBron James's controversial agent.), Same Game, New Players (Thirty new entrants, including the NBA's MVP made SI's 2004 list of 101 most influential minorities.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly SI's 50th Anniversary - It's a Real Whopper Inside... - Baseball, Motor Sports
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July
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Manny Ramirez
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Baseball - The Game is Back (Ten reasons why there is hope in San Diego, Cincinnati, Tampa Bay and all over the majors), A Cut Above (Boston's Manny Ramirez went from unwanted to unstoppable - and it's all in his swing), Remember the Titans (Scrappy Cal State - Fullerton beat the odds and stunned Texas in the College World Series) Globalization of Sports - Football vs. Futbol (On two continents, a pair of leagues awash in red ink ask, How do you win over an alien culture) Pro Basketball - Big Deal in Dallas (After adding to his crowded roster at the draft, can Mavs owner Mark Cuban land the biggest prize of all?) Fishing - Seeing Snook (There is something touching about snook, their funny-faced striving, their sneakiness, their sleaziness) Departments - Leadilng Off, Letters (Hockey fans feel dissed - again), Catching Up With..., Air and Space (Everything you never knew about the Fourth of July), Scorecard (Anna Kournikova reconsidered, Green Monster on big screen, Tim Montgomery near the end?, A few jabs from Lennox Lewis), Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly (Blond, sweat and beer: blissed out at the ArenaBowl) Si's 50th Anniversary - Dream State (By nearly every measure, California is No. 1 in the nation in sports) Inside... - Tennis (Williamses' tennis passion down?, Croatians roll at Wimbledon), The NBA (Garnett is SI's Player of the Year, Five who could unseat KG), The NHL (Capitals' top pick: Instant star?, Hasek might be Ottawa-bound)
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August
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Michael Phelps
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The Lineup 2004 Olympics - Water Craft (Michael Phelps has medals aplenty, gold and otherwise.), Hi-Ho Silver! (U.S. gymnasts win first men's team medal in 20 years.), Bad Dream (Welcome to U.S. basketball's Olympic nightmare.), American Graffiti (Restraint's the key if the U.S. wants new friends in Atlanta.), Plus (Rowing, Water Polo, Beach Volleyball, Softball, Synchronized Diving, Iraqi Soccer.) Golf - Straits to the Top (V.J. Singh's PGA victory that he's the world's best player.) High School Football - Little But Unbeatable (De La Salle High has won 151 consecutive football games.) Television - Boom Times (Back-back-back through 25 years with Chris Berman.) Departments - Leading Off. Contributors, Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly Inside - The NFL, Baseball
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September
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Michael Vick
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The Lineup Pro Football - How's This To Start? (Michael Vick showed flashes of his old self and silenced skeptics as the Falcons held off the 49ers.) College Football - Beware of the Bears (Exciting things are afoot in Berkeley, where high-scoring Cal is in the Pac-10 hunt.) Baseball - The Prodigy Arrives (Gifted Dodgers third baseman Adrian Beltre leads the bigs in homers and might be MVP.) Motor Sports - Two For the Road (Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson are the drivers to beat in a new 10-race showdown.) Tennis - Swat Team (Roger Federer ruled the game and Svetlana Kuznetsova the women at the U.S. Open.) Polo - The Ride of Their Lives (African-American kids in Philadelphia have found a refuge in the least likely sport.)
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October
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Albert Pujols
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Baseball - The Pride of St. Louis (Are the Cardinals strong enough for October) High School Football - Back to Odessa (The movie Friday Night Lights takes the author to West Texas) Pro Football - Turned Around by a Tackle (The Jaquars are unbeaten as they are led by Marcus Stroud) College Football - The Big Ten's Big Shift (The conference pecking order is being changed around led by the exploits of Purdue) Book Excerpt - The Czar is Born (Pete Rozelle)
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October
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Tom Brady
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Baseball Playoffs - They're at It Again (The Red Sox and the Yankees batter each other again), Power Play (Cardinals slug their way into a matchup with the Astros) College Football - Nothing Comes Easy (Trojans beat Cal but how much longer can they win) Pro Football - A League of Their Own (Patriots win their 19th straight game), Three Days, One Life (New England's Richard Seymour with a weekend of games)
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Winter
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Veronica Varekova
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Lets Us Prey (A musician who has made his fortune writing books chases his personal Moby Dick, and lives to sell the tale.), Adirondacks (Time to pitch a tent - camping in high style with Fernanda Motta, Carolyn Murphy, Frankie Rydeer and Molly Sims.), Montauk (Elsa Benitez, Yamila Diaz-Rahi, Veronica Varekova and Jessica White get sand in their suits at the end of a verly long island.), A Very Thin Coat (A body-painting session with Bridget Hall, Melissa Keller, Noemie Lenoior, Marisa Miller and Jessica White turns into the ultimate art class.), Lake Powell (It's a houseboat party as May Andersen, Angela Lindvall and Daniela Pestova decorate a vast desert oasis.), Anna Kournikova (We've got Anna's back and front, just trying to make sure that her many fans are well-served.), Mississippi (Noemie Lenoir and Petra Nemcova get intimate with cotton, bayous and gators.), Iowa (Melissa Keller, Marisa Miller and Jessica Van Der Steen shuck their inhibitions.), Swimsuit's Hall of Fame (To Elle and back with some of most popular models from the 40 years of the Swimsuit Issue.), Wyoming (Ana Beatriz Barros and Bridget Hall slap on the chaps and poke a few cows.), Better Halves (Even famous athletes can benefit from couples' therapy - the kind that calls for both partners to strip down and suit up.), Serena Williams (Who needs a doubles partner? A sexy suit - and a few diamonds - are a girl's best friends.), Fresh Face (Michelle Lombardo proved she's a tough competitor by beating out 2,787 contestants to be SI's first amateur swimsuit model.), Where to Buy It (The models are priceless, but their wardrobes aren't. Here's how to find the suit that suits you.), The Life of Reilly (The only thing better than looking at a model who has been body painted is slapping on some of that paint yourself.)
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November
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Pittsburgh Steelers
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Pro Basketball - One-Man Showtime (Kobe Bryant owns the Lakers, and his work is cut out for him.) NFL Midseason Report - Back In The Running (The well-grounded Steelers are a Super Bowl contender again.) (Can Giants, Lions and Texans live up to new expectations.), Cool Brees (Drew Brees has the surprising Chargers atop the AFC West.), A Free Bird (A new scheme sets Falcons defender Patrick Kerney loose.) College Football - Four Big Guys In Red (A defensive line could take unbeaten Wisconsin all the way.) Special Report - Get Out And Play! (U.S. children are alarmingly overweight, but new programs are teaching them the benefits - and joys - of exercise.) Departments - Leading Off, Catching Up With..., Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces In The Crowd, Players, The Life of Reilly Inside - Track, Baseball, College Football
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November
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Rashad McCants
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College Basketball Preview - Fast Times (Speedy players like East Tennessee State's Tim Smith), Local Girl Makes Good (Seimone Augustus of LSU), Man of Many Moods (Rashad McCants of North Carolina), 5 Minute Guide (Top players, coaches and games), Scouting Reports College Football - Tuesday Night Lights (Midweek game for TV) Pro Football - Look Who's Back (Bret Favre and the Packers) Pro Basketball - A Moving Experience (Carlos and CeCe Boozer)
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December
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Boston Red Sox
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Sportsmen of the Year (The 2004 Boston Red Sox staged the most improbable comeback in baseball history and liberated their long-suffering nation of fans.) College Football - Call It the Twiceman (Three top teams have two bona fide Heisman candidates.( Pro Basketball - Soaring to Old Heights (After five ankle operations, Grant Hill is dazzling again.) Pro Football - Down in the Dumps (It's been a long fall from the top for the Dolphins and the 49ers.) College Basketball - Ahead of Schedule (NBA scouts love 7-foot high school junior Greg Oden.) Paintball - Whose Idea Was This? (In 1981 some friends settled a beef by shooting paint at one another. Look what came of it.) Track and Field - The Color of Speed (Many fans who can't believe Olympic 400-meter shamp Jeremy Wariner is white have argued it on the Web.)
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